Sisterhood: Serena Williams and Venus Williams' Cherishable Moments at Australian Open

The Williams Sisters, Serena Williams, and Venus Williams have shared some great moments as a team and as opponents. Here are some of those cherishable moments at the Australian Open.

First Serena-Venus meeting at 1998 Australian Open

Venus Williams defeated Serena Williams in their first-ever meeting at 1998 Australian Open, and both of them acknowledged the crowd together

Venus and Serena Williams celebrate together

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Career Grand Slam at Australian Open 2001

Serena Williams and Venus Williams became the fifth doubles pair to complete the career Grand Slam after they won the 2001 Australian Open doubles title.

Venus and Serena complete the career doubles slam

Serena Williams' career Grand Slam

Serena Williams won her fourth consecutive Grand Slam and completed her career Grand Slam at Australian Open 2003 and Venus Williams couldn't be more happier.

The 'Serena Slam'

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Serena disappointed with Venus at Australian Open 2015

Serena Williams was in the audience and was annoyed at her sister Venus Williams, as she didn't challenge a close out call in her match at Australian Open 2015.

Serena asking her sister to challenge

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Serena-Venus final at Australian Open 2017

After winning the 2017 Australian Open, Serena Williams thanked her opponent and sister Venus Williams for inspiring her.

An emotional Serena Williams

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Serena and Venus doubles triumphs at Australian Open.

After their first triumph in 2001, Serena Williams and Venus Williams went on to win three more doubles titles at the Australian Open.

Serena and Venus are 4-time doubles champs at Australian Open

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